Reliquaries - Epic Thrones for Legendary Dice will launch on Kickstarter this autumn. They are stands for gaming dice. The hand-sculpted, hand-painted displays will come in a variety of fantasy themes.
Edinburgh-based Sam Zhao and Kakapopo TCG sell dice displays and storage solutions. The Kickstarter turns the concept of "storage" into one of display.
At the minute the company is taking feedback for the idea from fans. They're proposing a possible Kickstarter, but it means it might not be one.
The Tower lid holds 30mm dice, the jail up to 25 and the storage chamber up to 50 while the whole thing acts as a dice roller.
It's not just the unusual shapes of these dice that got my attention (look at the d20 and d4!) but the colours.
Kickstarter exclusive pricing is on offer, which means Franzen is eying or hoping for a retail release later.
There are three types of dice on offer; 16mm d6, 19mm d6 and the standard polyhedral set.
The glow is the result of fluorescent resin that's polished into the designs. If you're looking for a particular visual effect for your display-orientated geeky den, I imagine the cases are rare.
BrokenWoodGifts' combo dice tray and tower looks gorgeous and is made from plywood and birch, coming in six colours.
In time for Call of Cthulhu's 40th birthday, Polyglot Studios have a range of Cthulhu and mythos models as rewards for a Kickstarter.